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Conveyancing Solicitors Earley

In-Deed is a country wide conveyancing company which offers client-centric conveyancing legal services to home buyers and sellers in Earley and Berkshire. We don't conceal added costs in our terms of business, we give you a price promise. Our highly experienced lawyers make the legal work fast and user friendly.

House Prices in Earley

Wokingham House Prices (in £1000's)
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Average house prices have risen in Wokingham, in the last 4 years. Property purchases averaged £288, 890 (source: in October 2013, a change of 4% compared to 2012.

Property prices in the UK are expected to rise throughout this year. Factors driving the uptick include Help to Buy. In spite of the boom, property experts expect a change, with the market slowing as soon as 2016.

Recent property transactions

  • Freehold House Purchase - Selsey Way, Lower Earley, Reading RG6, £208, 000
  • Freehold Purchase - Courts Road, Reading, RG6, £315, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Lind Close, Reading , RG6, £290, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Gregory Close, Reading, RG6, £160, 000
  • Freehold Sale - Hilmanton, Reading, RG6, £323, 000

Earley Conveyancing Solicitor Fees

In-Deed's fixed cost pledge means the fee on your quote is the same fee you will be charged at the point you actually move.

All too commonly firms hide further fees in the T's and C's of their quote or estimate. Fees to look into are fees for CHAPS transfers or for file storage.

What to look for when comparing conveyancing quotes from Earley solicitors

Correctly comparing conveyancing quotes from Earley solicitors is complicated. The following is a incisive list of potential fees which helps you understand the things you need to check for in the solicitors terms when you check for any further fees .

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Earley Local Authority and Council Tax

Earley is situated in Wokingham Borough Council (Conservative controlled). The council tax bands for 13\14 are: Band A - £996, Band B - £1, 162, Band C - £1, 328, Band D - £1, 494, Band E - £1, 826, Band F - £2, 158, Band G - £2, 490, Band H - £2, 988.

Living in Earley

Earley is situated in Berkshire in South East England and is approximately 23 miles from Abingdon, the county town. Trips out include Fawley Court and Greys Court. Pubs in the area include the Maiden Over, the Earley Retreat, the Sportsman, the Three Tuns and the Toby Carvery. Local shops include R.J Ford & Sons butchers at and The Daily Loaf Ltd bakery.

The conveyancing process for Earley property

  1. Finding your conveyancing quote - Whilst you may undertake the conveyancing process yourself, most buyers and sellers have neither the technical expertise nor the time, deciding instead to go for a conveyancing solicitor. Remember to check the terms and conditions for additional hidden fees prior to instructing.

  2. Instructing a solicitor - Before your lawyer is able to start the legal work for your Earley transaction, it will be necessary to officially appoint them. You absolutely must check any terms of business for any concealed fees like costs for acting the mortgage company , before you consent to them.

  3. The pre-contract stage - The property lawyer, once instructed, will make contact with the other sides [2var5] to agree the draft contract. This document specifies details of prices, the two parties, other information about the transaction such as deposits, and information from the sellers title deeds. The final version is agreed by the buyers and sellers conveyancing solicitors, and a preliminary date may also be agreed to complete.

  4. Book a RICS Surveyor to view the property - A survey is required so you can be made aware of if there are any structural problems e.g. wood worm and boundary issues. Clay soil is a possible local problem found in Berkshire.

  5. Earley conveyancing searches - There are four standard searches recommended by lawyers. These are Drainage and Water, Chancel Liability, Local Authority and Environmental, and they look into numerous issues including whether the property is connected to public drains.

  6. Exchange of contracts - Contracts are signed by the seller and buyer and exchanged by their solicitor, binding them to go through with the sale and purchase.

  7. Completion - On a set day, the buyer can then pick up, usually from the agent, the keys to their new house once the sellers solicitor confirms that they have received the funds that is due.

The Help to Buy programme

Help to Buy aims to assist first-time buyers with at least a 5% deposit. To claim Help to Buy, the property needs to be not Buy to Let, and the mortgage must be repayment (not interest-only).

If you would like additional information, get in touch with the Money Advice Service, or your local Help to Buy agent.

Conveyancing when Remortgaging a Earley property

In-Deed's efficient carefully selected solicitors look after many hundreds of remortgages in Berkshire every month. We have developed state of the art remortgage online conveyancing systems enabling our carefully selected solicitors to give a fast but still personal service.

Online Conveyancing

Solutions like case management systems are frequently marketed as the key to fast, cheap conveyancing.

The key to a faster conveyancing transaction is a proactive solicitor, regardless of the software they use. With In-Deed's solicitors, buyers and sellers get the advantage of the latest developments in conveyancing and the advice of a dedicated, high street conveyancing solicitor.